whistling past the graveyard of the drowning men we were you can almost smell the years that burned away since we left town without you here come the warm jets my friend the ages of wonders again say I'm Sinatra and you're Sammy D. and we're both waiting for Dean to show up at the diner we'll split the money and you'll find a girl we'll go see a game and you'll pass out again in a corner whistling past the graveyard of the drowning men we were you can almost smell the years that burned away since you left town without me here come the warm jets my friend the ages of wonders again we lost it all together and we'll lose it all again and if I say I'm Michelangelo will you be there to the end and hurry here come the warm jets my friend the ages of wonders again


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